Now, shrinkage is a tricky thing. It's always going to happen, but we believe it's the responsibility of the brand to do the best in their power to minimize the amount of shrink as well as many other things to create a product that will last consumer years to come.
With our tee's we go through three different processes to work out shrinkage:
1. As fabric rolls at a launderer, the fabric is either re-framed, heat-set, or compacted.
2. As an individual garment is dyed at the garment dye house, color is added and shrinkage is accounted for.
3. After garment finishing is completed, we do a home launder test to simulate real-world use cases.
We just recently submitted our signature t-shirt to a third party lab Bureau Veritas. One of the leading industry labs that specialize in soft lines. You can review the report yourself here.
Essentially, BV saw a 1-3% shrink after home laundering according to our advised care instructions.
We execute with precision and accuracy every time we create. Every piece of clothing we make, we take every step to always having a minimal amount of shrink in our garments, if at all, for years to come.
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